Friday, January 13, 2017

EX-YU Aviation records busiest day

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EX-YU Aviation News recorded its busiest day yesterday since going online on June 1, 2008. Emirates' announcement of its Zagreb service launch was the most read news item ever published, overtaking the previous record holder, Air Serbia touches down in New York, in less than a few hours. The majority of visits to the website came, understandably, from Croatia. It was followed by visitors from Serbia, Slovenia, the United Arab Emirates, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Macedonia. Yesterday's publication was also the most discussed news item ever published. With over 300 comments, it overtook the previous record holder from September 2013.

16 comments:

  1. Yeah, yesterday's news was really exciting!

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  2. And took everyone by a complete surprise

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    1. Especially you, since you said there was no chance of this ever happening.

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    2. Just like people kept saying Etihad was not going to buy Jat.

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  3. Cool, thanks for the update!!

    Looking forward to more exciting news into the future!

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  4. Yeah, thought so :)
    Not just a major announcement but also quite unexpected

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  5. With JFK announcement from ZAG exyuaviation will have new busy day :)

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    1. Agreed, can't wait a few more days!

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    2. When can we expect that announcment?

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    3. The guy that announced emirates flights on another forum said "very soon", possible in a few days! Keep our fingers crossed!

      Congrats to Skopje, waiting for Sarajevo!

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    4. Anon 4:37pm

      Which forum are you reading? Asking just from curiosity, I would love to follow it.
      Thanks!

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    5. Skyscrapercity forum, there's a Croatian section (Hrvatski forum - Zrakoplovstvo) as well as sections from all Ex-Yu countries.

      You're welcome ;)

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  6. I just wish Norwegian air would announce LJU route.

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    1. Not Norwegian, but someone else will :)

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  7. Admin, how about putting the flag counter back onto the website?

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